Consultation Hub

Welcome to the Sutton Council Consultation Finder. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • Therapies Survey

    We are developing our children and young people’s therapy services in Sutton, focusing on Speech and Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy. We want to strengthen what works, as well as identifying ways to do things differently, to best meet the outcomes of children and young people in... More

    Closes 1 October 2021

  • Polling District & Polling Station Review 2021

    Please note, for Carshalton South and Clockhouse ward, the correct polling station for polling district PC is Hillcrest Hall, not Beddington Infants' School (as stated in the consultation). We would like to hear your views about proposed changes to polling districts and polling stations... More

    Closes 1 October 2021

  • Neighbourhood Fund 2021

    What is the Neighbourhood Fund? When developers create new housing, flats or retail space in Sutton they pay a levy to the Council. This money is to improve infrastructure within the borough, with a portion of this used specifically to improve local areas in consultation with... More

    Closes 3 October 2021

  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 3 - Central Road

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This... More

    Closes 30 November 2021

  • Smarter Litter Bins for Sutton Phase 3 - Sutton High Street

    Smart litter bin technology enables us to remotely monitor how full individual litter bins are. There are two types of smart bins being trialed in Sutton; 1. Fill level sensors fitted to existing and new bins - a small wireless device is placed on the underside of the top of the bin. This... More

    Closes 30 November 2021

Closed Consultations

  • Changing Places Survey

    In a national effort to build back better from COVID-19, the government wants to create a stronger, safer and fairer society in which everyone is treated with dignity and respect. In a major change to statutory guidance in England, the government wants to make it compulsory to include a... More

    Closed 21 September 2021

  • GreenSpace Project

    What is the GreenSpace project? In 2019 Sutton Council declared a Climate Emergency, and we need to take urgent action to reduce the impact of climate change on our physical environment. The Covid-19 pandemic has increased social isolation and highlighted a lack of access to green outdoor... More

    Closed 19 September 2021

  • North Street - Proposed Zebra Crossing

    The Council have received concerns from ward councillors and members of the public regarding the difficulty to cross North Street in the vicinity of Carshalton College. Funding from Transport for London (TfL) has been allocated under the Local Implementation Plan (LIP) programme to... More

    Closed 12 September 2021

  • Westmead Road - Proposed Road Safety Improvements

    The Council has regularly received concerns from ward councillors and members of the public regarding excessive traffic speed and road safety along Westmead Road. The road is a busy borough local distributor route linking Carshalton to Sutton. There were six... More

    Closed 12 September 2021

  • Stanley Park Road- Beeches Avenue Area - Proposed Road Safety Improvements

    Sutton Council has received road safety concerns from ward councillors and members of the public on Stanley Park Road and Beeches Avenue. There were twelve accidents recorded on Stanley Park Road between Boundary Road and Beeches Avenue in the last three years between 1 January 2018 and... More

    Closed 12 September 2021

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We asked what residents' priorities were for how to spend the Neighbourhood Fund to improve community infrastructure.

You said

You indicated priorities, voted on council-proposed projects and gave your own suggestions for improvements to fund.

We did

We are using the feedback to make a list of projects recommended for funding approval. We are also reporting suggested improvements to service departments.

We asked

We asked tenants of our new Council Housing what they thought of their new homes and amenities.

You said

You said that overall you were very pleased with your new homes. The full set of results are currently being analysed.

We did

Once all the results have been analysed, the findings will feed into the designs of future new build Council Housing.

We asked

Sutton Council asked to hear your opinion to better understand views towards domestic abuse and local services in the community.

We wanted to find out how we can improve services and make sure that it is easy for residents to access the support they might need, at the right time. 

 

You said

We received a great deal of information which we can review and work towards improving. Three key points from the survey include a need for:

1. A clearer understanding on where to go or who to contact for domestic abuse help if needed. 

2. Details on where to go for help if concerned about your own behaviour. 

3. The majority of residents feel they can speak to an independent domestic violence adviser (IDVA) about their circumstances most comfortably. 

We did

The Domestic Abuse Strategic Partnership Board are reviewing recommendations in light of the survey responses and the COVID-19 pandemic. These recommendations include the need for a perpetrator campaign to raise awareness on where to go for help for those concerned about their own behaviour. The Board has also been recommended to agree a sole point of contact for those needing help so we can promote where residents should go for help if needed to avoid any confusion. 

Finally from 1 July following a period of no face-to-face domestic abuse services, we are able to offer face-to-face appointments with our IDVAs for those who need to speak to someone and get help and guidance.